"The doctor of the future will not treat the human frame with drugs, but will cure and prevent disease with nutrition." -Thomas Edison, 1706-1790
Rare ingredients, affordable prices
Only through advances in biotechnology and nano-science are we able to offer genuine, nutrient rich cultures at low prices.
Many of our planet’s medicinal treasures are nearly extinct due to overharvesting, pollution, poor soil conditions and more. Unfortunately, wild-grown Cordyceps sinensis has nearly vanished from its natural habitat of the Himalayan mountains. In an effort to revive a national medicinal treasure, the Chinese government has made harvesting wild Cordyceps sinensis illegal. Available only on the black market, it reportedly costs over $2,000/lb.
Only through advances in biotechnology, nano-science and biofermentation are we able to cultivate these precious mushrooms and herbs and do so at considerably reduced costs. Not only are they affordable, they’re cleaner, more potent and consistent compared to their wild-grown counterparts. Our cultures are cultivated in pristine environments with 76 specific trace minerals and elements to help them achieve maximum potency. Naturally found mushrooms and herbs would grow in inconsistent conditions, dealing with depleted soil and pollution.